Turning point for our market?

The 9% fall on the ASX since September confirms the localised weakness in our market and the charts suggest further concerns.

Summary: Traders using a conservative strategy only stay in shares when an index’s medium-term trend line is above its long-term trend line. This approach delivers better returns over time with less downside risk. The strategy offers different approaches to different countries, which is worth keeping in mind as the world divides into net resource importers and net resource exporters.

Key take out: A conservative market timing strategy triggered a sell signal on the All Ordinaries last week.

Key beneficiaries: General Investors. Category: Economics and investment strategy.


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